Busan Essential One Day Shuttle Bus Tour
Samgwangsa Temple + Gukje Market + Busan Tower + Oryukdo Skywalk
Busan is Korea’s second largest city. Tourists often come to this region to hike and to visit the Buddhist Temples located deep within the region’s mountains. From casual tent bars and chic designer cafes to fish markets teeming with every species imaginable, Busan has something for all tastes.
Oryukdo Sky Walk is a glass bridge that is 15M long installed on the coastal cliff 35M above land. Enjoy the breeze from the waves while getting thrilled as you look down through the transparent floor and see the waves rolling under your feet.
Samgwangsa Temple was founded in 1986 and nestled in the hillside of the Baekyang mountain so all Busan area is viewed at one glance with the bright morning sunshine. It was was recognized internationally by CNN as one of Korea’s most beautiful places.
Gukje Market has countless alleys for souvenier shopping and at the same time you can get to try many local Korean food. Restaurant Street has a history of over 60 years. It offers delicious Korean food such as gimbap, sundae and noodles. It is definately a place to visit to experience the feel of the traditional Korean market.
Busan Tower built in 1973, is 120 metres high and offers stunning views of Busan City especially at night. The deck features panoramic view and a small cafe, it’s only accessible during working hours via two high-speed elevators. The base of the tower is interconnected with a few galleries and souvenir shops.